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Turowski, JM, Hovius, N, Hsieh, M, Lague, D, and Chen, M (2008).
Distribution of erosion across bedrock channels
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 33(3):353--363.

Turowski, JM, Hovius, N, Hsieh, M, Lague, D, and Chen, M (2008).
Distribution of erosion across bedrock channels
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 33:353--363.

Battisti, D (2007).
Landscapes and climate
Miscellaneous publication.

Bjerklie, DM (2007).
Estimating the bankfull velocity and discharge for rivers using remotely sensed river morphology information
Journal of Hydrology 341:144--155.

Craddock, WH, Burbank, DW, Bookhagen, B, and Gabet, EJ (2007).
Bedrock channel geometry along an orographic rainfall gradient in the upper Marsyandi River valley in central Nepal
Journal of Geophysical Research 112(F03007):1--14.

Dietrich, WE (2007).
Climate and fluvial geomorphology
Miscellaneous publication.

Diffenbaugh, N (2007).
High resolution paleoclimate modeling
Miscellaneous publication.

Furbish, D (2007).
Hillslope dynamics and climate
Miscellaneous publication.

Gasparini, N (2007).
Landscape modeling
Miscellaneous publication.

Mao, L, and Lenzi, MA (2007).
Sediment mobility and bedload transport conditions in an alpine stream
Hydrological Processes 21:1882--1891.

Meyer, G (2007).
Links and feedbacks between climate, ecosystems, and geomorphic change
Miscellaneous publication.

Sinclair, H (2007).
Tectonic signals in landscapes
Miscellaneous publication.

Syvitski, JP, and Milliman, JD (2007).
Geology, geography, and humans battle for dominance over the delivery of fluvial sediment to the coastal ocean
Journal of Geology 115:1--19.

Turowski, JM, Hovius, N, Wilson, A, and Horng, M (2007).
Hydraulic geometry, river sediment and the definition of bedrock channels
Geomorphology:13 pages.

Church, M (2006).
Bed material transport and the morphology of alluvial river channels
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Science 34:325--354.

Galewsky, J, Stark, CP, Dadson, S, Wu, C, Sobel, AH, and Horng, M (2006).
Tropical cyclone triggering of sediment discharge in Taiwan
Journal of Geophysical Research 111:F03014.

Gesch, D, Farr, T, Slater, J, Muller, J, and Cook, S (2006).
New Products From the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission
In: EOS, Transactions . AGU, pages 174.

Grohman, G, Kroenung, G, and Strebeck, J (2006).
Filling SRTM voids: The delta surface fill model
Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing:213--216.

Guzzetti, F, Peruccacci, S, Rossi, M, and Stark, CP (2006).
Rainfall thresholds for the initiation of landslides in central and southern Europe
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics.

Hayes, B (2006).
Up a lazy river
American Scientist 94:490--494.

Hovius, N, and Stark, CP (2006).
Landslide-driven erosion and topographic evolution of active mountain belts
In: Landslides from massive rock slope failure, edited by S.G. Evans et al. Springer, pages 573--590.

Jansen, JD (2006).
Flood magnitude–frequency and lithologic control on bedrock river incision in post-orogenic terrain
Geomorphology 82:39--57.

Jansen, JD, Codilean, AT, Bishop, P, Hoey, TB, and Persano, C (2006).
Channel sinuosity: another angle on steady state and transient response in bedrock rivers draining active mountain belts
In: Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 8. European Geosciences Union.

Katz, O, and Aharonov, E (2006).
Landslides in vibrating sand box: What controls types of slope failure and frequency magnitude relations?
Earth and Planetary Science Letters xx.

Kobrick, M (2006).
On the toes of giants - How SRTM was born
Photogrammetric Engineering :206--210.

 
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